I am very excited to announce a new collection of paintings, inspired by Norfolk wildlife and faithful companions on blissful coastal walks. These paintings have been commissioned by a public house that is undergoing a refurbishment. More news on this in due course. In the meantime, follow @natalieknowlesart on Instagram for updates.
Celebrating 10 years in the creative arts industry. My Portraits are currently on exhibition in London as part of Cluster 2019. Visit cluster-london.com for more information or see my Art page. Last night was the private view at Cluster 2019. The venue was the Ugly Duck building in Bermondsey. What a thrill to be bringing … Continue reading Ten years … still exhibiting
Another year, another self portrait. This is the third year that I have painted a self portrait and I love looking back and seeing the different approach taken to canvas year-on-year. These are my previous portraits for 2018 and 2017. Painting really does capture a moment in time, energy and emotion. Secretly, I have names … Continue reading Self Portrait 2019
Last February I was extremely privileged to visit the National Art Library at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. I was sat at a huge oak desk with fancy lights and cushioned mats on which to rest the most fragile of tomes. There were two storeys of books all around me and a hushed … Continue reading Alice in Wonderland inspired character illustrations
A CREATIVE ARTS POP-UP 1ST March – 7th March 2018 4 Garden Walk, Shoreditch, EC2A 3EQ I am absolutely delighted to be exhibiting limited edition signed prints of my Neuromancer, Dracula and Victorian London Fantasia illustrations at Cluster Illustration Edition III. CLUSTER ILLUSTRATION PRESS RELEASE Photos from 1st March 2018 private view ... on possibly … Continue reading CLUSTER ILLUSTRATION EDITION III
Thank you Sarah, at the University of Brighton Alumni Association, for the blog post about my presentation in Chongqing, China. The visit was made possible by my dear friend Yishi Fu, who I met on the MA course in Brighton, 2009. This article is a glowing memento to an enduring friendship and to my time … Continue reading Arts alumnae reunite in China – University of Brighton
I was invited to present to Chongqing artists and creatives about my art work that had been inspired by my home town, Sheringham. I described how Sheringham had built a strong tourist economy through establishing quirky festivals and events to bring visitors to the seaside town in rural North Norfolk. It was these events that … Continue reading A visit to Yitian and Liangfeng village